Iraq: Protesters Besiege “Strategic” Oil Sites, Mahdi Blocked by Blocs

Iraqi dеmоnѕtrаtоrѕ соntіnuеd on Wеdnеѕdау tо сut оff аll rоаdѕ leading to оіl fіеldѕ аnd sites in Zubair district, west of Bаѕrа city, іn рrоtеѕt against the dеtеrіоrаtіоn оf the есоnоmіс ѕіtuаtіоn in the country dеѕріtе іtѕ hugе oil rеѕоurсеѕ. According tо nеwѕ sources,” thе dеmоnѕtrаtоrѕ рrеvеntеd еmрlоуееѕ frоm ассеѕѕ tо оіl ѕіtеѕ, whоѕе еxроrtѕ ассоunt fоr 70 реrсеnt оf Iraq’s oil.

Rouhani Makes Massive Corruption Allegations in Yazd

Hаѕѕаn Rouhani hаѕ accused the judісіаrу оf misdeeds in a billion-dollar corruption case. At thе ѕtаrt оf his speech іn Yаzd, ѕоmе сhаntеd slogans against thе gоvеrnmеnt. Thе 12th Hеаd оf State аddrеѕѕеd the аudіеnсе during a trip to Yazd on Amir Chаkhmаԛ Sԛuаrе, outlining the government’s есоnоmіс rесоrd as a “trustee” іn thе fight аgаіnѕt corruption. Rouhani tоld the judісіаrу оn Sunday that he іѕ not lооkіng for big seeds and іѕ nоt following uр on the “іnѕtіtutіоnѕ and іndіvіduаlѕ” whо соmmіttеd bіllіоn-dоllаr соrruрtіоn.

Democrat Impeachment Inquiry Will Likely Make Trump Stronger

Many pundits have speculated that the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry may end up hurting the party and could lead to a Republican victory in 2020. After the Mueller investigation dragged on for nearly two years and failed to yield anything conclusive, many Americans have become weary of Democrat efforts to impeach Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also showed apprehension in calling for a formal impeachment inquiry. However, after increasing pressure from her colleagues in the House, she took concrete step towards impeachment.

Burrows Doesn’t Care About the Issues Texans Care About – But Addison Does!

I want to talk about my opponent for a minute about his views on the issues that involve all Texans. First, a list of what Burrows states he believes in and then my interpretation of his actions for these issues.

Government Spending / Taxes

He states that he wants the Texas Government to spend on needs, not wants. He also states to return the tax dollars to the people.

Abdul-Mahdi Promises to Meet Protesters’ Demands

In response to continuing protests in Iraq, Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi vowed the government would follow up on the protesters’ demands. Widespread protests in Baghdad and other Iraqi cities have so far left at least 42 dead and hundreds injured. Thousands of Iraqi citizens took to the streets for another day in a row to protest violent clashes by law enforcement and security forces with demonstrators to protest against the poor economic situation and corruption.

ISO Standards: A Necessary Tool to Ensure Quality and Protect Against Corruption

Few frameworks have had the reach and impact that the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has had in streamlining quality standards in an increasingly globalised international economy, as well as providing companies with an opportunity to secure a competitive advantage in their industries. Increasingly widespread, ISO standards have gradually established themselves as a guarantee recognized by all, from customers to public authorities and companies themselves.

Has Ukraine Turned into Europe’s Afghanistan?

A new Ukrainian media campaign could be a provocation to the United States. Last week a documentary aired on Ukrainian TV Channel News One with an agenda to discredit US efforts at democracy in Ukraine.

The scenario resembles Afghanistan and recent statements by the former Afghan President Hamid Karzai who claimed the US is trying to meddle in the upcoming September 28, 2019 presidential elections there. The former Afghan president is insinuating that Afghan citizens have no influence over who the US installs into the executive office.

Ex-Con YouTube Star Predicted Epstein ‘Suicide’ – Was It Really A Hit?

In an incredible twist on the Jeffrey Epstein mystery, the host of a YouTube channel predicted his death one week before it actually happened. In the video, it was speculated that Epstein would be murdered in jail and the crime would be covered up to look like a suicide.

Shaun Attwood, a former wealthy UK financier who got tangled up in the Arizona drug culture of the 1990’s, hosts a demonitized YouTube channel which has still managed to attract more than 200,000 subscribers and totals more than 40 million views.

Is Former Ukrainian President Poroshenko on the Run?

Last Week, President Petro Poroshenko left Ukraine with his family. Interestingly enough, he refused government protection services during his travel. A former president is eligible for such protection and it is very uncommon to refuse it. In the US, the Secret Service is the one responsible for protecting the nation’s leaders, former leaders and their families. Poroshenko’s refusal could be an indication of his planned defection. He would be the second president to leave Ukraine. Former elected president Viktor Yanukovich went into exile in Russia in the midst of the “Orange Revolution” which started in 2004.

US Election Meddling in Afghanistan? Or Someone Else?

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai recently made striking accusations against the United States. Karzai is claiming the US is trying to meddle in the upcoming September 28, 2019 presidential elections. The former Afghan president is insinuating that Afghan citizens have no influence over who the US installs into the executive office. These allegations may cause a new round of tensions in Afghanistan, and at a time where international peace negotiators are trying to organize a treaty that will allow an exit for the US led peacekeeping coalition.

“It’s a Conspiracy Against Me” – South Africa’s Jacob Zuma Rejects Allegations of Crimes

In court testimony, Former South African President Jacob Zuma rejects allegations of crimes and claims to be the target of conspiracies to get him out of the picture. He is accused of corruption and involvement with entrepreneurs who had an influence in his government. Zuma denied a number of accusations against him on Monday. He said that for years he has been the target of conspiracies and attempts to destroy his reputation.

Four Arrested in Puerto Rico Corruption Probe; Federal Funds in Danger

Two former government officials were arrested Wednesday as a massive corruption indictment was unsealed by U.S. authorities.  Julia Keleher, former secretary of education on the island, and Angela Avila-Marrero, who managed Puerto Rico’s Health Insurance Administration, were arrested by FBI agents, along with four other people.  The two are accused of directing $15.5 million in government contracts to businesses with which they had ties.  Corruption has plagued the island for years, and could complicate matters as it asks for disaster assistance and money to fund basic services.